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Cover For the Week of
January 31-February 6, 2002

Cover Story: DeGuzman's Demons
What drove a well-behaved student to craft an elaborate scenario for mass murder at De Anza College--and get caught?


News: Decrease Your Rent
A tenant's strategy for renegotiating boom-era leases.

Public Eye: City Council hopeful Ed Voss is probably being overcharged for his campaign office.

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Notes From the Underbelly: Silver Linings.

Work: Robots Are Everywhere.

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Shooting Lili Taylor: Cinequest's Maverick Award graces New York's indie queen.

French Kicks: Soccer mom takes on the 'Brotherhood of the Wolf.'

Keeping Watches: Meanings multiply to no end in 'What Time Is It There?'

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Costa Brava: Nikka Costa's pop lineage goes from Frank Sinatra to Sly Stone.

Aural Fixation: Insolence parts ways with drummer Mando Cardenas.

All Shook Down: 'That '80s Show' gets some things right about the decadent decade, but not all.

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Curry Complex: A new gourmet Indian restaurant spices up the dining scene in Sunnyvale.

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Beyond Carmen Miranda: Brazilian culture hits the streets of San Jose.

Power Crisis: Professor and student vie for the upper hand in 'Oleanna.'


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